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5 Biggest Tech Flops Of 2014

Last year didn’t end without some really awful technology flops. The Ebola scare and a few other challenges made 2014 really one heck of a year. Fans of Apple were certainly on the fulfillment side after seeing the company making a U-turn with the release of iPhone 6 and 6 plus having a significant increment in screen size.

proudly_X3390d ago

I would love to see the PlayStation TV in that list.. :/

Speed-Racer3390d ago

Well, you're the author, edit it :D

proudly_X3390d ago

I am not sure you saw "we" instead of "I" in the article..

There is close to a dozen authors over there,, though on part-time.. :D

johnherlosky3390d ago

The playsation TV has loads of promise!

Anarki3389d ago

A list that starts at 1 and ends in 1

1Victor3389d ago

I guess the author is a Xbox/ that rapper whom name I forgot when he said the interview wasn't that good and wish the psTV was on the list 😓. Other than that it was a ok read

plmkoh3389d ago

Not a good list, Google Glass isn't even a consumer product, purely experimental. You could say the same thing about self-driving cars or the imminent release of the hydrogen cars.

proudly_X3389d ago

so what is Google Glass? Remind me please :(

plmkoh3389d ago (Edited 3389d ago )

You guys wrote the article, I'm not gonna do your job for you. :p

proudly_X3389d ago

I should rather not spend time explaining why it's a consumer product.

If it was a success, it would have been a consumer product.. :D

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ajax173389d ago (Edited 3389d ago )

The advertising was one of amazon's biggest problems with the fire phone. The douchey hipster 10 year olds in those commercials were just awful. Not a good way to advertise... anything, really.

joel_c173389d ago

Wow, who edited this "article"? Reads like it was written by a 12 year old.

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